Hiring A Writer

“How does hiring a writer work?”

Hiring a professional academic writer for the first time.

The most common question we hear when a customer calls us for the first time is, “How does this work?” Many people have not hired a writer before and don’t know what to expect. The great news is that in many ways it’s like hiring someone for any other service. Let’s go over how you can begin!

Step One: Get in Touch

Transparency and Discussion

What we’ve realized over the years is that when a new customer asks “How does hiring a writer work?” they’re really asking “how can I trust you?” There are a lot of writing companies, and some of them have dirtied the pool for us honest academics. Good writing companies aren’t afraid of transparency and discussion, so the first step is to email or call us and we are open to whatever you’d like to ask!  We are real people, writing real papers and we love what we do.

These days, anybody can put up a website, so if you aren’t sure if a company is trustworthy it’s a good idea to communicate with a real person through whatever method is easiest for you. We are available Monday through Saturday, 9am-8pm EST via phone and email 24/7!

 

Step Two: Ask About a Writing Sample

Ask and You Shall Receive

The next step after establishing trust when you hire a writing service for the first time is to order a small amount of work. We get a plentitude of referrals, so if you are new with us, try us (or any other writing service) out before ordering a lot of pages. This won’t be a problem for serious companies.

At CollegePaperPro we have a $15 trial that lets you buy a little bit of writing, so you can test the quality and review the writing style. Most all of our clients like what they read, but when the trial is finished you can ask questions or make suggestions. Nothing is written in stone (no pun). That way we know exactly what to do when you order the rest of the paper.

Step Three: Send Instructions

What You Want and What You Need

After ordering a sample, the next step is to send documents and instructions. You may send them through email or through the website, but always, always send them. You can also tell us over the phone but with an email, we can double check for reference. Every writing service company should absolutely know what to ask for, but when in doubt don’t take chances.

Step Four: Planning the Work

Review

After you have received the trial, look it over, and either ask questions or order the rest of the paper. By now the service you are working with should be able to quote the full paper and give you a date when it will be ready. Please note that this is not always true because some types of writing, like dissertations, will tend to have more edits. However, for most papers this is the last step, and you can go about your life and wait to receive your completed paper.

Here’s some advice…

Couple things that can help when you hire a writer for the first time:

 

Give a Deadline: Always tell the company your deadline, and to set it a little early! You’ll want time to look everything over before you submit it.

Be Complete: Forget a point or two? You can always quickly send any new information or questions before the writing starts. Keep in mind that if the instructions change after the writing starts then its extra work for the writer, and it could be more expensive for you.

There are the basics! But we understand there may be other questions you may have. Why not ask about them? Send us an email or visit our website to see how we can help!

 

Delegate ClassWork to CollegePaPerPro – A success strategy for any student!

 

Here are reasons most of our clients to CollegePaPerPro:

Work. The majority of our clientele tend to be nontraditional students working full-time. Many are advancing their career while also working. Even if they are working part-time, it helps to have us there to assist. There is only so much time in a day. We also find that others are in the midst of switching careers after being burned out in one position or have decided to follow their dreams and couldn’t for whatever reason prior. Both of these things are stressful and they can keep you from focusing on other things, like…

Family.  We surely always understand when a client says that they have to devote time to their family. Children are a full-time in themselves, while also trying to advance your career to support them. We surely have a lot of respect for anyone that can pull it off.

Life Barriers. These are challenges that are not anyone’s fault, but they affect your school work and time in general anyway. They can be anything from an injury that makes school difficult to learning English as a second language to moving to going through a legal challenge (ie. Divorce). We get it.

Choice. No matter the reason, our clientele have made the decision to delegate some class work. It saves them time, and thus saves their mind! They tell us what they need, and they get high-quality, professional work. Every student who hires a writer through CollegePaperPro is making a choice to get results in the most efficient way, by delegating, like a true professional leader does.

As we all know, our choices determine our destiny.

 

Do something today that your future will thank you for.

 

A personal note from Rachel:

Let me share something I have learned on my journey: Having the energy to maintain a level of focus, determination and structure is not always easy to do daily. It was hard for me at first to delegate any kind of work to freelancers. It was part control (ego) and part fear. Could I trust the freelancer? Major life events, moving, an illness, death of a family member, birth of a child and even not always getting the best rest can push back the best plan I laid out. They say “In God’s time not mine”, right. That saying drove me nuts. Lol. That’s why so many high-level executives, like CEOs, pay serious attention, stick to a tight schedule and delegate, delegate, delegate. That’s how a company continues to grow and stay sustainable. If they don’t, they run a major risk of throwing their well-oiled machine of the company (and their life) into chaos. I learned that I do NOT have to be a CEO in order to delegate. Often the most important job of leaders, a manager of any kind that are in a position of responsibility, is to decide what other people should be doing. That way they can focus on other important things.

We can only take on what we can take on. Shouldn’t we focus on the most important and prioritize?

So here’s why that matters for you: responsibility and being accountable can mean so many things. It can mean running a company (or several companies), but it can also mean balancing a busy schedule or taking care of a family or working to pay the bills now. Even if you’re only responsible for yourself, that’s a big deal! After all, who else is going to do it?

You can do anything, but not everything. – David Allen

Successful people delegate tasks because they know it gives better results. Either it frees up valuable time or accomplishes something they do not have time to do on their own. I’m so convinced that’s why most of our customers keep working with us – we help them achieve things in the most efficient way possible with excellence.

Even Batman had Robin.

 

If you need a reliable writer to help with your coursework, text your email address to 508-556-0652 or email Info@CollegePaperPro.com